She graduated from the Ural State Conservatory named after Mussorgsky (2006, class of Prof. VY Pisarev). From 2003 to 2006 he was a soloist with the Philharmonic Nizhny Tagil. From 2006 to 2008 she studied at the Center of opera singing under the direction of Galina Vishnevskaya. She took part in productions of the opera "The Tsar's Bride" by Rimsky-Korsakov (Martha), "Carmen" by Georges Bizet (Micaela), in the play-phantasmagoria "Marriage and the other horrors" (Parasya). In 2006 she took part in a tour of the Opera Centre in St. Petersburg dedicated to the anniversary of Galina Vishnevskaya. She has participated in festivals in Russia, Bulgaria, Mexico, Azerbaijan. In 2010, she sang in the opera "Boris Godunov" in the Walloon Royal Opera in Liege (Belgium) and at the International Festival in Santander (Spain).
Winner of the III Open All-Russian competition "Three centuries of classical romance" (St. Petersburg, 2006), II International Opera Singers Competition Galina Vishnevskaya (Moscow, 2008), Vocal Competition Petrov (Moscow, 2009), winner of the Grand Prix IV International Vocal Competition (Moscow, 2011).
The Bolshoi theatre of Russia.
A concert dedicated to 175-th anniversary of P. I. Tchaikovsky
Her repertoire Party, Martha ("The Tsar's Bride" by Rimsky-Korsakov), Tatiana ("Eugene Onegin" by Tchaikovsky), Iolanta ("Iolanta" by Tchaikovsky), Xenia ("Boris Godunov" Mussorgsky) Francesca ("Francesca da Rimini" Rachmaninov), Violetta ("La Traviata" by G.. Verdi), Mimi ("La Boheme" J. Puccini), Michaela ("Carmen" by Bizet), Margaret ("Faust" by Charles Gounod ); soprano roles in Mozart's Requiem, Stabat Mater J. B. Pergolesi, Stabat Mater Poulenc, arias, romances and songs of Russian and foreign composers.
In cooperation with the Gask Russia under Valery Polyansky performed the roles of Natasha Rostova in the opera "War and Peace" by Prokofiev, Oscar in the opera "Bal- masquerade" George. Verdi, Zemfira in the opera "Aleko" by Rachmaninov, Antonida opera M . Glinka's "A Life for the Tsar", Giselle at the Opera "Albert Giselle" by A. Zhurbin, Violetta in the operetta by I. Kalman "Violet of Montmartre" and others